OEC Patroller Refresher - 11-14-2009 - Spring Mt

OEC Patroller Refresher Cycle B


Cycle B-Specific Topics

  • Orthopedic Trauma
    • Injuries to the Pelvis, Hip and Femur
    • Traction Splinting
  • Environmental & Medical Emergencies
    • Environmental Injuries
    • Water Emergencies
  • Specific Injuries
    • Review of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Digestive & Genitourinary Systems
    • Standing Backboard
    • Helmet Removal

Annual Topics

  • Patient Assessment & Vital Signs
  • Airway Management & Oxygen Administration
  • Shock management
  • Cold Injury management
  • Common Outdoor Injury Management
  • Neurological Injury Management

Patroller Requirements:

  • Registration Starts at 08:00 am - Bring this ticket with you.
  • NSP ID Card
  • OEC Card
  • CPR Card
  • Bring OEC Cycle B Refresher Guide
  • Patrol Belt - Stocked
  • Dress for Weather
  • Bag Lunch 

Printing your ticket information:

Once you have completed this registration, you will receive a CONFIRMATION email.

There you will find a "PRINT TICKET" button.

Make sure your printer is turned on and click that button to print your ticket. This will print two sheets, the first is your ticket to bring with you and the second is a order confirmation sheet.

Any additional questions, please direct to the webmaster@nspepa.org

Thanks !


Name Sales End Price
OEC Patroller Refresher Cycle B - 11-14-2009 - Spring Mt   Ended Free

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